Video laparoscope ENDOEYE HD II

video laparoscope
video laparoscope
video laparoscope
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Type of video endoscope
video laparoscope
high-definition, 3D
Working length

325 mm, 330 mm
(12.8 in, 13 in)

Direction of view (°)

0 °, 30 °


The 10 mm Olympus ENDOEYE HD II Rigid Videoscope features chip-on-the-tip technology to offer HD image quality as never seen before, providing natural color reproduction, exceptional illumination, and maximum contrast. An advanced optical design enables focus-free functionality and provides greater depth of field, while the fog-free feature ensures clear views throughout the procedure. ENDOEYE delivers unrivaled efficiency in an all-in-one ergonomic design along with full autoclavability for state-of-the-art reprocessing compatibility. Key Benefits Chip-on-the-tip design: An advanced chip-on-the-tip design delivers bright, clear images. Fog-free functionality: A fog-free feature provides clear views throughout the procedure. Focus-free capabilities: An advanced optical design provides greater depth of field, eliminating the need for manual focusing and delivering a consistently excellent image with a sharp center and a sharp periphery in a 16:9 wide-screen format. Full autoclavability: ENDOEYE rigid videoscopes are fully autoclavable for state-of-the-art reprocessing compatibility. Narrow Band Imaging (NBI): Proprietary NBI technology provides optical image enhancement that improves visualization of vessels and other tissues on the mucosal surface. Field of View: 90° Depth of Field: 21 - 200 mm Distal End Outer Diameter: 10.0 mm Remote Control: 3 buttons on handle Special Light Observation: NBI Fog-Free Function: Yes Reprocessing: Autoclavable, ETO, STERRAD, washer disinfector


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